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Definition of pfff

pfff

  • Gracie thinks she owns this word. She don't.

    Last edited on Nov 15 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 15 2014.

  • Gracie can't use this word as well.

    Last edited on Nov 24 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 24 2014.

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Definitions include: A self serving bigoted person. One with pockets lined with funch.
Definitions include: a person who pretends to be sexually available.
Definitions include: gathering dominated by female attendees.
Definitions include: twenty dollars.
Definitions include: - a rural area (i.e. small town in West Virginia).
Definitions include: a greeting, similar to the likes of "What's up?"
Definitions include: taking a passive role.
Definitions include: a microwave oven.
Definitions include: Also "newb", "n00b", "newbie" or "nub".
Definitions include: to look coyly and invitingly at.

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